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Sad morning in Manila

A nation that's taken its share of blows absorbed another knockdown Saturday night when its icon, Manny Pacquiao, lost to Floyd Mayweather.

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PFF: 10 most likely first-round NFL draft busts

Not every first-round pick from the 2015 NFL draft is going to turn into a star. Gordon McGuinness of Pro Football Focus identifies the 10 first-rounders most likely to turn into draft busts.

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Milwaukee's best may be yet to come

After exceeding expectations this season, the future looks even brighter for Jason Kidd and the Bucks.

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Counsell: This is where I thought I'd be
MLB 

Said Craig Counsell after being named the 19th manager in Brewers history: "I'm not looking to this as a job, this is not a second career. This is my passion of what I want to do."

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Doc Rivers on Chris Paul: 'He's alive'
NBA 

The flip answer aside, CP3 remains a game-time decision. And the Rockets? With Dwight Howard, Doc said, "They look bigger. ... You put Dwight Howard on the floor, you're a better defensive team. You're a better rebounding team."

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No MVP for Harden? No big deal
NBA 

Houston's James Harden on not winning the MVP: "I got more better things to worry about and that's the Clippers."

Teammate Dwight Howard: "He's our MVP."

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NBA 

Arsenal up 3-0 after Sanchez's second
Soccer 

Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey -- the first two goal scorers -- linked up for this goal to bury Hull City in a three-goal deficit at halftime.

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Soccer 

Serena Williams remains perfect in 2015
Tennis 

The world No. 1 beat fellow American Sloane Stephens 6-4, 6-0 today in the Madrid Open's second round to bring her 2015 record to a sterling 22-0.

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Clayton Kershaw aiming for 100th W
MLB 

The reigning NL Cy Young winner, who has a 2.51 career ERA, will be pitching for his 100th win tonight in Milwaukee. Tom Seaver was the last to have an ERA that low (2.33) at the time of his 100th win in 1972. (via Elias)

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Bruce Miller charged with vandalism

The 49er was arrested March 5 on suspicion of spousal abuse. However, the Santa Clara DA's Office announced today "while original reports indicated that Miller may have pushed his girlfriend from his parked car, an investigation into the alleged assault was inconclusive," and that Miller "threw her phone against a wall." Full story

Will Rockets continue success?
NBA 

Any time the Rockets have won a best-of-7 series in 5 games or fewer, they have at least reached the NBA Finals. Houston topped Dallas 4-1 in the first round.

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Sanchez nets first deflection goal
Soccer 

Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez got his team on the board with this goal off a deflected free kick. Minutes later, Arsenal made it 2-0 with another goal that bounced off a Hull City player.

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Soccer 

Jason Sobel: Temper Tiger expectations
Golf 

"Now that he's gotten his game together, now that he's found his swing, found his short game, I expect improvements. But let's remember, the Players Championship has never been Tiger Woods' favorite tournament."

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Golf 

Hey Patriots' picks, no time for partying

Bill Belichick's message? "Welcome to the NFL. ... They'll get a big dose of New England Patriots football over the next whatever we've got, six weeks -- however long it is. We'll give them everything we can in heavy doses ... The strong will survive. The other ones will fall off. And we'll keep going." More, um, words of inspiration?

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Goal Arsenal! Aaron Ramsey controls an excellent long pass and his shot is deflected and goes in! Hull City 0-2 Arsenal

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Goal! Alexis Sanchez's free-kick deflects in! Hull City 0-1 Arsenal

Clippers hope to keep sailing
NBA 

In seven tries, the Clippers have never advanced past the conference semifinals. Is this the year?

NBA 

The 2015 NFL rookie QB class

It's small in numbers, but there's plenty of fire power at the top with Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota.

Mariota better value than Winston
NFL 

Bill Barnwell analyzes the draft's best value picks, with a nod to Titans QB Marcus Mariota: "The best 'value' at quarterback from this year’s draft is probably Mariota, who might very well be as good of a prospect as Jameis Winston, if not better." NFL Draft All-Value Team

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NFL 

Confidence rising for Jaguars?
NFL Draft 

Jacksonville, owners of the third overall pick, found themselves with a B+ in Mel Kiper's Draft Grades. And Vegas is more optimistic on the Jags, as well. They were the biggest risers in Westgate SuperBook's odds, now 100-1 to win it all. More draft grades (Insider)

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NFL Draft 

ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Rockets are looking for their 1st conference finals appearance since 1997; Clippers are looking for their 1st ever. Game 1 tonight 9:30 ET

Collins meets with authorities
NFL 

La'el Collins met with Baton Rouge police detectives for more than an hour today, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. He is not a suspect in the murder investigation around a former girlfriend who was killed. Collins went undrafted in the NFL draft.

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NFL 

If MLB stars were in 'Star Wars'
MLB 

Clearly, Tim Kurkjian would pick Hunter Pence to play Han Solo -- he came in and saved the day for the Giants! Luke Skywalker? That Cubs 3B everyone's talking about. And Darth Vader? A 3B of a different sort.

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MLB 

Rivers trade-talk story doesn't add up
NFL 

Philip Rivers wants you to believe he has no idea where the trade talk began. He wants you to believe he had no interest in being traded before the NFL draft. He wants you to believe that the speculation about his future was nothing more than media hype, and that his hands and conscience are clear. Jim Trotter isn't buying it

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